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N: ~[Pinguicula mocilis {Hort.Westphal}]
P: in sched. (2000)
S: =[[Pinguicula gracilis {Zamudio Ruiz}] * [Pinguicula moctezumae {Zamudio Ruiz & R.Z.Ortega}]]
C: nom.nud., priority for parentage but name not published validly
N: +[Pinguicula moctezumae {Zamudio Ruiz & R.Z.Ortega}]
P: Acta Bot.Mex.28:58 (1994)
T: Canon del R.Moctezuma, +/- 6 km S Las Moras (Casa de Maquinas), Queretaro, municipio de Cadereyta, MX, 3. 3. 1994, E.Perez-Calix 2904 (IEB)
CLA: AST-SCR-LEN-PIN-TEM-ORC
L: MX
LFR: 64:Mexican Highlands
RLC: VU
XN: 22 {Casper & Stimper}]
XNP: Haussknechtia 11:6 (2006)
image: pinguicu/pmoctez: cultivated plant with flowers
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N: $[Pinguicula ' Aphrodite ' {J.Flisek & K.Pasek}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:118 (2000)
PW: www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v29n4p116_122.html#aphrodite
S: =[[Pinguicula agnata {Casper}] * [Pinguicula moctezumae {Zamudio Ruiz}]]
B: J.Flisek, Frenstat p.R., & K.Pasek, Dobroslavice, Czech Republic, 6. 1998
Nominant: J.Flisek & K.Pasek, 23. 2. 2000
Registrant: J.Flisek & K.Pasek, 23. 2. 2000
C: priority for parentage
HC: Registered 29. 1. 2001 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:118 (2000)
"The cultivar [Pinguicula ' Aphrodite ' {J.Flisek & K.Pasek}] is characterized by its very long, narrow leaves with rounded tips which terminate in a point. The summer rosette consists of up to 15 leaves which are up to 12 cm long and 2 cm wide; the leaf-edges roll downwards. The erect leaves display a characteristic, descending-arch along their lengths. Under intense summer sunlight, the leaf-edges of leaves can be reddish, whereas the leaf midribs remain green along their enitre length. During the winter, the rosette size decreases, whilst the number of leaves increases to as many as 25. The leaves of the winter rosette are up to 5-6 cm long and 1.3 cm broad; mostly they are flat and light green. The plants bloom all year round, indeed during the winter the plants can have the most flowers open at the same time. The color and size of the flowers changes as the flowers age. Freshly open flowers are relatively small and are generally dark-violet. As the flowers age they enlarge and fade to pink. When viewed from the proper angle the petals reflect light to give a shiny appearance. The posterior side of the flower is significantly lighter in color. Gentle, faint veining is apparent over the entire surface of the five (very exceptionally six) petals; this venation is more distinct towards the flower center. The entrance to the corolla tube and the tube itself is bright yellow, and minutely hairy. Mature flowers can reach 4 cm in a diameter and this in fact ranks them among the true giants of the [Pinguicula {L.}]! The spur of the flower is narrow, slightly bowed and may be up to 1.5 cm long. Flowering time is about four weeks depending on the growing condition. Flower stalks can reach 15 cm in length (exceptionally 22 cm), the upper part of the stalk (about 1-2 cm) can be brownish-red, and the lower part is green and covered with tentacles. The sepals are a rich green color."
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.29:120 (2000)
Propagation: leaf cuttings
Etymology: after the Greek goddess of love and beauty
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N: $[Pinguicula ' Down Under ' {Kibellis}]
P: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.37:22 (2008)
S: =[[Pinguicula emarginata {Zamudio Ruiz & Rzedowski}] * [Pinguicula moctezumae {Zamudio Ruiz & R.Z.Ortega}]]
B: H.Kibellis, Castle Hill, NSW, AU, 2001
Nominant: H.Kibellis
Registrant: H.Kibellis, 6. 4. 2007
C: priority for parentage
HC: Registered 12. 6. 2008 {JS}
Description: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.37:22 (2008)
"Under good conditions the plant has between 10-12 leaves when in active growth. Its leaves are narrowly linear, up to 1cm wide and 6 cm long. They are green-purplish but are dark purple at the base. This leaf colour is present even in a shady situation but the purple colour intensifies in sunnier positions. The outstanding leaf color is a major reason I believe cultivar registration is warranted for this clone.
Standard: Carniv.Pl.Newslett.37:24 (2008)
Propagation: vegetative
Etymology: after the breeder's adoptive country
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